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I will turn 41 in May. I have worked in information technology since 1998. I am still single with no kids.
I am becoming increasingly disillusioned with many aspects of America. I believe that the country has declined greatly in the past ten years, even more than the previous 30. I am also hearing more and more good things about women in other countries. With the coming collapse and failure of America, I naturally want to have a second citizenship somewhere else.
Of course, I will need to find some kind of job when I go abroad. I have looked into Dave's ESL Cafe, but found the people there to be extremely negative and rude. I figure it might be easiest to find a job teaching English, and I pretty much fed up with IT work. Is IT work any better abroad than it is in America?
Ideally, I would like to go to South America. Chile looks very good to me, and I want to go to a country that is in good shape financially. I also figure if I have to learn a local language, Spanish is the best.
What do I do for work in a foreign country? What countries offer easier paths to citizenship?
What countries have good women?